Features

Articles

 

The Ryder Cup is THE golf tournament that takes place every two years between Europe and the United States. This tournament started back in 1927 and since then has become one of the top sporting events in the world.

The Ryder Cup is unique in professional sport in many ways not least that the players do not get paid to take part or win any individual prizes themselves.

 


 

Tickets for the Ryder Cup

After all the magic of the 2014 tournament and the magnificent European triumph at Gleneagles, The Ryder Cup will head back across the Atlantic this year to the USA and Hazeltine National Golf Club.

Read more: Tickets for the Ryder Cup

Previous Ryder Cup Venues

Since 1927 the Ryder Cup has played at some of the finest golf courses in America and Europe.  From the sensational Celtic Manor Resort in Wales to the fantastic Thunderbird CC Palm Springs, the greatest golf show on Earth has been to them all.

The tournament has moved on a lot since the exhibition match and the first competition in 1927 at the Worcester Country Club.  It is now one of the greatest sports events on the calendar.

 

Read more: Previous Ryder Cup Venues

The Ryder Cup

The GREATEST GOLF TOURNAMENT IN THE WORLD.

The Ryder Cup is one of the World's top sporting events and fans from around the globe flock to see it's spectacle.


The roots of the Ryder Cup began after an exhibition match in 1926 between a team of American professionals versus a similar team from the British Professional Golf Association.

Read more: The Ryder Cup

Recreate your own 2010 Ryder Cup

The Amazing Celtic Manor Resort


The 2010 Ryder Cup was hosted, in Wales, at The Celtic Manor Resort Ltd , in Monmouthshire.

Ryder Cup Venue 2010 - 5 Star ResortPlayed during September of that year, the Ryder Cup was played out on the newly built Twenty Ten course.  The Twenty Ten course was specifically designed and built to host the tournament using the natural contours of the Usk Valley.  It is unique in that it was the first to be specifically built to host a Ryder Cup match.

Read more: Recreate your own 2010 Ryder Cup